Lilt Launches Next-gen Multilingual Asset Management
New Solution Enables Higher Quality Localization Through Automated Linguistic Asset Management
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San Francisco, CA – July 8, 2021 – Lilt, the modern language service and technology provider, today announced the launch of Multilingual Asset Management, a new solution that enables companies to achieve higher quality localization and deliver a more unified brand and voice globally through better, more automated linguistic data quality control.
Multilingual Asset Management enables companies to deliver a more unified global customer experience through higher-quality, more brand-aligned content. This new feature allows teams to react quickly to brand and terminology changes within their organization, staying up-to-date with changing company preferences. The feature provides automated quality checks, identifying mismatches between a customer’s legacy TM and most current termbase. Once identified, a reviewer can assess each mismatch and update the TM to align with the current termbase.
“Linguistic data curation is an essential discipline for modern localization, which depends on training custom machine learning systems. Translation quality is too often compromised by poorly maintained translation memories and glossaries that no longer conform to brand requirements” said Lilt CEO Spence Green. “We want to help our customers deliver higher quality localization across their global customer base, and this solution is an important step in that pursuit.”
The first in a series of new quality innovations from Lilt, this feature provides centralized, tech-enabled enterprise linguistic asset control and maintenance. With this cloud-based tool built in the Lilt Platform, translators can now produce more accurate, brand-aligned translations and more easily collaborate on linguistic asset maintenance, eliminating the need for cumbersome offline work.
Multilingual Asset Management enhances Lilt’s existing linguistic asset management services, automating hours of manual work to enable better and faster linguistic data improvement. With this solution, companies can more easily maintain their TMs, improving them on a consistent basis rather than waiting months or years between cleanups - resulting in higher quality, more regularly maintained linguistic assets that increase translation quality. Finally, TMs that better reflect current customer preferences improve the quality of data that trains each customer’s unique instance of the Lilt Engine, providing a better machine translation system with more accurate suggestions.
The solution also provides automated quality checks for grammar, spelling, and more, helping customers build more accurate linguistic assets that enable better global content quality and consistency.
Lilt’s Multilingual Asset Management is available today and can be provided to any Lilt customers. For more information about Lilt and its linguistic management services, please reach out to email@example.com.
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Headquartered in San Francisco, Lilt is the modern language service and technology provider enabling localized customer experiences. Lilt's mission is to make the world's information accessible to everyone regardless of where they were born or which language they speak. Lilt brings human-powered, technology-assisted translations to global enterprises, empowering product, marketing, support, e-commerce, and localization teams to deliver exceptional customer experiences to global audiences. Lilt gives industry-leading organizations like Intel, ASICS, WalkMe, DigitalOcean, and Canva everything they need to scale their localization programs and go-to-market faster. Lilt has additional global offices in Dublin, Berlin, Washington, D.C. and Indianapolis. For more information, visit Lilt online at https://lilt.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We had the pleasure of joining the SF Globalization meetup this past Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco, where our CEO Spence Green gave a presentation on recent advancements in neural machine translation.